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    vegan har gow traditional chinese dumplings with shiitake and spinach

    Is there anything more gentle than crème brûlée? Silky and understated, the elegance lays in its simple layering of flavors of a few ingredients. Yes, the original custard depends on cream for the richness and egg yolks baked au bain-marie for the consistency, the vegan version must depend also

    Don't you love learning new words in a different language you do not speak? I am silly as I love to practice my pseudo make-believe accent and attempt to sound authentic. Then I laugh at myself and cook. Then eat. Dumplings are so flexible. Once you know the technique, you can fill them with

    Breaking through the sugar layer

    Blasphemy or brilliance? Globalization and the Internet have made this little planet a whole lot smaller. I can chat roulette with a random person from Ulaan Baatar, skype with a friend strolling in Vladovostok and receive million dollar transfer offers from Ndugu, originally from some small town in

    Is there anything more gentle than crème brûlée? Silky and understated, the elegance lays in its simple layering of flavors of a few ingredients. Yes, the original custard depends on cream for the richness and egg yolks baked au bain-marie for the consistency, the vegan version must depend also

    I remember detesting both tomato and zucchini when I was a child. I could not even handle seeing other people eat them, and wonder if all adults have a skewed sense of taste. I did not understand the purpose of zucchini either, especially when introduced to zucchini bread. Why foodie Gods? Why? I am

    I believe this recipe needs no introduction, but since I like to write, I will anyway. The Paula Dean in me wanted to do something, well, southern. The type of dish I could practice with pseudo southern twang as I figure out a way to incorporate deep fried techniques into everything, substitute

    Today is Mother's Day and I can't see anything more fitting than honoring where I was born: Lima, Peru. Land of the Incas, the delicious Lucuma, Machu Picchu, arid beaches, Lake Titicaca, the Nazca Lines and a huge part of my cultural heritage, the food of Peru is rich, varied, and unmatched. The

    Hot and ready to devoured. These have to be fried at the last possible minute

    www.youtube.com/... Nothing says American comfort food like a thick slice of meat loaf served over mashed potatoes with gravy. This incredible alternative takes advantage of the high protein content OF quinoa to create a rich version with wild mushrooms and spinach. So you


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